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March 30, 2012

Fellowship to host Seder meal

MOULTRIE — Rapha Christian Fellowship will hold a public Seder meal for the festival of Passover on April 10 and 11, with an April 12 meal for clergy.

“We want to teach our community about the foundations of Christianity,” said Kayla Watson, outreach program coordinator. “This is an educational opportunity for anyone who wants to understand more about Passover, or has never attended a Seder meal. The night will be filled with Jewish music, amazing symbolism, authentic Kosher food, and an American dinner prepared by our very own in-house certified chef.”

The event, which is hosted and presented by volunteers of Rapha, will include all the parts of a traditional Haggadah, which is the printed instructions for the order of service. There will also be a dramatic presentation on stage of the Last Plague, which began the first Passover.

To make reservations for the event, call (229) 529-9680. There is no charge.

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